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Office 365 No. 1 app Down Under

By Computer Daily News | Wednesday | 25/01/2017

Microsoft's cloud-born Office 365 has become the most popular application - or in its case more properly a suite of apps - used by businesses across Australia, according to identity management company Okta.

Office 365 is the No 1 product on Okta's latest  listing of the 10 most popular apps for business use in Australia.

Others, in order, are: online file sharing app Box; Amazon Web Services; G-Suite; Salesforce; Atlassian's Confluence and Jira; messaging app Slack; accounting program Xero; and Dropbox - a rival for Box.

The five fastest growing apps in Australia over a six-month period last year were said to be MailChimp, Slack, Jira Xero and Amazon Web Services.

Okta has also named what it claims are the five most popular personal apps: LinkedIn; Facebook; Twitter; Windows Live; and eBay.

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